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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

7 Oct 1881

air,” aaid the laird. Ye dinna ken, cried “don't yea see that nos has bis name aw his hot yourself V “Oh, then, replied the laird, in hie soft easy wny. if that’s the ease yell stay haw mine free the real” A French anther, finding hi* repotatioo impeded

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

28 Oct 1881

Mackenzie: Mrs Mackinnon, ; the Muses Mackinnon (3): Mrs Maeksy, I’urti,slick ; Mrs Dr Ms. pfierson. Hoar ; Mrs Macieud, Kumardine Mrs Davie, Ardgsy ; Mrs M-arp, lovcruauM Mrs La.ne. tllcucsaaley ; Miaa C. Maokay, Inver. shin; Mrs Maulennau, slatmu ; Mr Itoaa

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

7 May 1896

a remonstrance. warning him of his danger, but to his friendly advice his Lordship replied he took no pert whatever, but believed hi. Wiffmrcked sun did. The Master of levet a few days afterward. heanng of this. told his hoary-headed parent in one, 191

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

6 Jan 1898

succeeded his father, and exercised paternal care over the affairs of his brothers and sisters. He was elected minister of Nairn on 14th December, 1659, and throughout the course of his ministry retained the respect and affection of all. His chief work

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

4 Oct 1889

Dingwall; Mr Shew, ;Mr Turnbull, Assynt; Mr Anderson, Balaehraggan; Mr Elder, ulcalrn; Mr Walks, CootuUich; air Eos* Mills; MrMacricar, public school, Evanton : Mr HosMr Mmmo, do.; Mr Fraser, ;Mr Forbes, Calcraggle: Ur Jack, Taaninich ; Mr Kca*

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

2 Sep 1910

to convey to to Ur and Mrs Gilmonr and family and the young laird their cordial wishes. hoped their present laird woald be long spared so live among sham with hie good lady. They also wished all happiness to Mr Allan Oilmonr his entering manhood. They

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

19 Aug 1892

Dundee Mr and Mrs Carless, London and Mrs Martin Dr and Mrs Smyth, London Wilson, London ; and Mrs Clarke'and party, • Upper Norwood Mr and Mrs Phillips. London E Ramsay, L’Amy Mr and Mrs D Ross, London • Mr A Mackenzie, Bristol Mr John View article

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

21 May 1886

Contin; Mr Grant, Tame; Mr Macrae, do; Mr Donald Cameron, sen., do ; Mr Cameron, jnnr., ; Mr Robert Murray, Kinnahaird; Mr Gollan, Aohilty ; Mr John Liidlav, ; Mr Laidlaw, sen., Kinellan; Mr Alex Maclean, Gontin; Mr Roderick Macrae, Beauly; Mr Gunn, V

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

5 Aug 1898

signing call for sueoassor And. Rov. Mr Grant, Helmsdale, moderator of the Presbytery, presided, and than wen present—Rov. Mr Murray, Brora; Mr Reas, Baseball; Rov. Mr Maekanrin, Ooispte; Rov. Mr Mackintosh, Rogart; and Rov. Mr Madsod, Creich. The Moderator

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

10 Jan 1901

yens the en win Jag Oren Int net Mr only' • wry be et the &het reddens send remesther the lowa mann her. Theme whine engin them Ink tarty yens. WM Janet's mother, as woolen lady oohed. had died akw Fein atter their snivel, Mr inner hed Nee, elan he the nth

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

26 Mar 1896

David Ferguson, Lochluirliart ; Rev. Mr Watson, Kiltearit ; Rev. Mr Rankine, Kilmorrick Major Jackson of Swordak ; Mr Campbell, draper, Din;;Yrall ; Captain Walker, Contullielt ; and Mr F. lowson. Kinkel!. Rev. Mr kVattstre, clerk to the Presbytery, in

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

21 Feb 1908

referred to Lady Monro’s regular attendance and excellent influence, and to that of the vice-president, Mrs Cameron. They were heartily thanked and re-elected on his motion and that of Dr Ron. Dr Kennedy, in moving the re-election of Mrs Williamson secretary

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

8 Aug 1901

acknowledge, with thanks, the following : From Lady Munro of Foulis, Mrs Munro-Ferguson, Assynt House, Mrs Bruce, The Castle, and Mr Bainbridge, Achnashellach, fruit; Mrs Anderson, Caberfeidh Terrace, magazines ; Mr Mackenzie, Delmore, rabbits ; the employees

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

5 Feb 1892

its favour, that Mr Toliemach* was near neighbour of the Duke and Duchess Richmond, was known to be much attached to them, had wife or children of his own, whilst all his immediate relations are already wealthy as to be above the need hi* assistance. The

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

6 Sep 1907

Newton; Mrs Ross, Glasgow House ; Mrs Anderson, Ballachraggan Fruit and vegetables—T W Cuthbert; Mrs Roes, Glasgow ; Mrs Wilson, Alness Manse ; Mrs A R Monro, Mr Meiklejobn, Mrs Anderson The majorit; of the specials went to Wilson, Alness Manse ; Mrs A R

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

28 Jun 1900

and the children of Lady Symington, Lady Mar and Kell* Lady Dundonald and the Hon. Mrs Baas of Duchlour. The addition to the yen Scottish ladies of high degree previously who will sell the portfolios and ere the Ladies Graham the Ladies Keith- Pee it= Imdiga

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

6 Feb 1903

of Newball; Mr J. Fraser, Dingwall; Mr Forbes, Cnlcraggie; Mr W. Paterson, Foulie ; Mr Mackintosh, Dingwall; Mr D. Ross, Invergorden; Mr A. Paterson, Ardullie; Maopharson, Nevar: Mr Main, Evaaton ; Mr Wm. Monro, Mr J. Grant, Swordale ; Mr Wm. Walker,

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

13 Jun 1912

the effects of his serious steeplechasing accident. He is still lying at his nursing borne in the country, and his medical attendants hope that he will be quite recovered in a day or two. The Duke of Sutherland, who was held up on his way to Canada by

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North Star and Farmers' Chronicle

North Star and Farmers' Chronicle Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

5 Aug 1897

behind West Lodge. Tii Box. MRS BATUMI OF DOCHFOCR was present at a fashionable bell given last week by Mr and Mrs Whiteley Reid. - Mrs Baillie and her mother are described as follows i—Lady Burton wore her crown of diansonde, and Mrs Baillie a very pretty

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Ross-shire Journal

Ross-shire Journal Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

4 Mar 1881

Miss Eleanor of Ardross, by lady Tburlow, and Lady Loch, by Lady Vernon Hareourt. Among those who attended the Drawing Boom were Lady Abinger, Lady Heathcote Amory, Lady Marjonbaaks of Uuiaachaa, Lady Thurlow, Mrs Arthur Baas, Mrs Campbell Monro, Miss Matheson

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